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The CeBIT technology fair, which this year is dedicated to "Shareconomy," has shown that IT is one of today's biggest job-growth engines. continue reading »
Mexican chemist Eusebio Juaristi has been chosen for a Georg Forster Research Award, with its cash prize of 60,000 euros ($78,457) and a year of research in Germany, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation said Thursday. continue reading »
Brazil's Breno Vinicius Rodrigues Borges, a former player for Baynern Munich, was sentenced Wednesday to three years and nine months of jail for intentionally burning down his house in Germany. continue reading »
Per capita beer consumption in Peru has increased from 20 liters in 2000 to 39 liters this year, the Institute of Economic and Social Studies (IEES) of the National Society of Industries (SNI) reported. continue reading »
Germany like the U.S and other super-powers are facing economic hard-times and are feeling burdened by immigrants in the country. 30 percent of Germans feel the country is “overrun by foreigners” and many want to restrict the practice of Islam and opine that Jews had “too much influence.” continue reading »
President of Argentina Cristina Fernández de Kirshner made a plead to global financial institutions last Wednesday urging them to enter negotiating talks with Buenos Aires about the renegotiation of the nation's sovereign debt. continue reading »